Strange World is colorful and, at times, clever. But it’s very much a symbol and symptom of our own strange, …
This sequel to 2007’s Enchanted reminds us that we don’t live in a fairy tale. But even so, there’s still …
The family comedy Slumberland provides a surprisingly deep message about grappling with grief.
Wakanda Forever teeters on the edge of overstuffed irrelevance. But it remembers ultimately that character—and characters—count.
My Father’s Dragon is a sweet film with lots of color, old-school animated charm and no social agenda.
Enola and brother Sherlock confront a deadly evil. Need more clues?
Despite Dwayne Johnson donning the cape, Black Adam is a confused, conflicted and ultimately disappointing movie.
This magical school teaches that good and evil are like yin and yang. We’d disagree.
As the film quickly proves, the only thing that comes from delving into the occult is danger.
This period piece explores gender expectations from the point of view of a feisty 14-year-old girl who constantly challenges them.